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How I ended up writing new real-time kernel

I work with embedded stuff for several years: our company develops and manufactures car trip computers, battery chargers, and other car-related electronic devices.

The processors used for our designs are primarily 16- and 32-bit Microchip MCUs, with RAM from 8 to 32 KB, and ROM from 128 to 512 KB, without any kind of MMU. Sometimes, there are even more modest 8-bit chips.

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blog/2015/0921_how_i_ended_up_writing_new_real-time_kernel.txt · Last modified: 2015/09/20 22:02 by dfrank
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